We call the whole election process implementations leading to an election. Typically, in modern democracies, the electoral process includes a number of different phases including:
The process of the American presidential election allows electors (representing the American people) to choose the president and vice-president; this process is governed by rules in the Constitution.
The appointment of electors and the candidate selection rules are established by each State which is derived from traditions more or less formalized. Since the second half of the twentieth century, this process takes approximately one year.
I. Historical Background
a. All American Presidents from 1789 to now
b. The election process
c. Political parties
d. Political context of those elections
II. Today : facts on today’s event
III. Expectations for the future
a. For the American
b. For the world
IV. My own feelings